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  • HR the happiest workers by

    Australia’s happiest employees work in HR and recruitment, according to a national SEEK survey of 5,000 employees

  • Caution urged on labour agreements by

    CONTRACT PROFESSIONALS on existing 457 visas and those seeking entry into Australia were recently warned to tread with caution when signing on to conditions under labour agreements with on-hire agencies

  • HR talent costs more to hire by

    RECRUITMENT COSTS for HR hiring managers have increased by up to 25 per cent as companies pay higher salaries in the competition to secure top HR talent, according to a recent market report

  • Fewer women for top jobs by

    Despite the skills shortage the glass ceiling remains firmly in place with fewer women shortlisted for senior positions, according to Michael Markiewicz of Carmichael Fisher

  • Talent gaps stump companies by

    NEARLY FOUR out of five companies now report a big gap in their talent pipeline, and 40 per cent of the companies believe this to be an acute problem, a recent study has found

  • Employability Skills Profiler (ESP) by

    Society as a whole has historically not placed a great deal of value on aligning people with their perfect jobs. When it comes to disciplines such as science and engineering, professional development processes are exacting and clearly structured

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